Successful kink relationships require a lot of work. You need skills in communication, creativity, authenticity, expanding one’s comfort zone, judgment suspension, open-mindedness, vulnerability, and curiosity. In this entertaining, informative and immediately applicable program we’ll go behind the curtain and into the mind of improvisers and leave with ways to be more confident individuals, better relationship partners and with new ways to explore our possibilities. The entire program is informal, interactive and involving. Participation is completely voluntary. No one will be singled out to volunteer.
Improvisation theater games are deceptively powerful tools that help maintain mental and emotional equilibrium. The games invite participants to safely enter and embrace the unknown and relate to others without assumption or judgment. Sound familiar??? The mindset helps us to expand our comfort zone, relate to others in a cooperative way, confidently accept reality, learn to act on things we can control and let go of things we cannot control, and enjoy and value working with others.
Participants will be able to:
Describe their own behavior around their perceived limitations.
Apply a tactic to disagree without becoming argumentative.
Employ a practice to become more comfortable with change, more open to new ideas and less risk averse.